Hochfügen in the Zillertal valley

Higher. Lovelier. Hochfügen promises its guests reliable snow in winter. While Hochfügen is located directly at the entrance to the Zillertal valley, it also stretches high into the mountains. The brilliantly engineered High Alpine Road leads from Fügen to the high-Alpine resort at an altitude of 1,500 metres. Situated far above the hustle and bustle of the valley, Hochfügen is surrounded by a crown of mountain peaks, some as high as 2,500 metres. This high-Alpine valley basin affords guests breathtaking views across the Zillertal Alps and offers the perfect skiing and snowboarding conditions. Thanks to its unique high location, Hochfügen is covered in a sparkling white blanket of snow from late autumn to spring, even when the valley is a lush green. No matter whether on day trips, short breaks or holidays – Hochfügen is the perfect place for visitors to take a little time out from everyday life.

Tirolean hospitality

All the hotels and most of the mountain huts and guesthouses in Hochfügen are run by their owners and are situated directly on the pistes, offering winter sports enthusiasts a unique ski-in ski-out experience. Direct slope access from the accommodation ensures boundless winter pleasure! With a good mix of sophisticated 4-star and 3-star hotels as well as guesthouses, apartments and cosy Tirolean Alpine mountain huts, every guest can find their perfect accommodation. Skiers and snowboarders will find a wide range of catering options in Hochfügen, where they can enjoy a lunch break, stop off for a refreshing snack, experience après-ski fun or simply relax in the sun. The mountain huts, restaurants and cafeteria-style restaurants with large sun terraces leave nothing to be desired. In the evenings, Restaurant Alexander in Hotel Lamark wows guests to Hochfügen with cuisine created by multiple award-winning chef Alexander Fankhauser, who received three Gault Millau toques in 2015.